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600 Black Spots by David A. Carter
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This book would be good for many ages. The book has many different pop-up structures. Each pages has a different amount of black spots. This book would be good for younger children because they can try to find all the blow dots on one of the pages.
  DanielleHuslinger91 | Sep 12, 2011 |
600 Black Spots is an amazingly great book for children of all ages. This is a scavenger hunt book that has children to look for colored spots in all kins of places. You can spend so many hours looking and searching for the spots. The author has many tricks and surprises so dont give up. This is a great book and a must have.

An extension of this book would be to have a black dot scavenger hunt around the room or to have the children do black dot construction paper with dobbers.
  ShopALot | Apr 10, 2011 |
Nifty pop-up book with brief references to Mondrian, Blue Memphis, Fauvism, etc. And, no, I have not actually counted all the spots. ( )
  raizel | Nov 17, 2010 |
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To David Pelham, a master of design; and to Jim Diaz, a professor of ideas - D.A.C.
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White grasses tip tap and 90 black spots.
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Each page contains an original piece of art work that challenges the reader to find the black spots.

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